There are three ways to look through all the exciting upcoming ADR events:
The must-attend ADR conference in BC was recently cancelled due to the health concerns related to the novel coronavirus and now we moved to the online format to offer you great opportunities on professional development
Network, learn, and be on the cutting edge of ADR! The 2020 ADRBC Symposium Webinar Series will bring together a progressive, dynamic group of professionals including arbitrators, mediators, lawyers, in-house counsels, HR professionals, corporate and other users of ADR services. The eclectic line-up of speakers presenting at the 2020 ADRBC Symposium will explore a wide variety of topics related to the challenges, opportunities, new developments and the rapidly expanding role of ADR in 2020 pushed by the new circumstances imposed by Convid-19 pandemic.
The 2020 ADRBC Symposium will provide a valuable opportunity for Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) professionals to interact with leading thinkers in the field, establish personal connections and discuss current issues and developments.
Individual webinars will contribute 2 CPD credits to your portfolio, with the entire series contributing 14 credits.
Webinars will be recorded and made available for those purchasing the package once they have commenced, or for those who want to view a past webinar.
You can either register for one webinar (or as many as you like) or for the whole series and get a special discount!
Click here to register
An ADRIA Event in partnership with FOAJ
Opening an Uncomfortable Conversation
on Social Justice in our Work
Most professionals are correctly being encouraged to attend to diversity issues in their practice. Darren’s talk will offer a timely reminder that this work of attending to difference is not simply about “managing diversity” or pursing harmony with our colleagues and clients. Our current charged social and political climate reminds us that bringing about change toward equity and social justice requires thoughtful advocacy and even some professional risk. Darren’s talk will offer specific insights from his three decades of work on social justice activism and human rights; he will address notions of privilege, and the need to attend to our own complex identities in this work. This presentation will encourage and prepare attendees to engage in meaningful efforts to foster social justice through becoming better advocates for all.
Darren E. Lund, Ph.D., is a Professor in the Werklund School of Education at the University of Calgary, where his research examines social justice activism in schools, communities, and professional education programs. Darren was a high school teacher for 16 years, and formed the award-winning Students and Teachers Opposing Prejudice (STOP) program.
Darren has published over 350 articles, books, and book chapters, and is the Editor of the award-winning International Handbook of Service-Learning for Social Justice (Wiley Publishers).
Darren has been recognized with a number of awards and honours, including a 2019 Werklund Research Excellence Award, the 2015 Educational Research Award from the Alberta Teachers’ Association, the inaugural 2013 Alberta Hate Crimes Awareness Award, and he was named a Reader’s Digest National Leader in Education.
How to Access the Event
Zoom Webinar Access Information will be emailed out to the email address you registered with the day before the event. If you have not received this information, please check your spam folder. If you still cannot find it, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you the login details.
11:30 - 11:40 am - Join the webinar
11:40 am - Introductions & Announcements & Presentation
1:15 pm - End
Register by noon August 10 online. The Zoom webinar link will be emailed the day before the event.
There is no cost for this event.
Attendance at this luncheon counts for 2 CEE points towards ADRIC's designation renewal requirements, and is often accepted as one hour of training by other professional associations with continuous professional development programs.
Uses and Abuses of Arbitration:
Uber and Beyond
ADRIC has been very busy developing our conference sessions into specialized and focused webinars. The planning for the Arbitration Series is complete!
We are delighted this year to have Bill Horton as Chair of the Arbitration Series! Bill has carefully curated each session; topics cover numerous aspects of arbitration including what is happening across Canada and across the border, award-writing, appeals, how to best manage remote proceedings, a peer-to-peer discussion for knowledge-sharing and the uses and abuses of arbitration.
Bill has invited stellar speakers on our behalf including: Hon. Clément Gascon, Tina Cicchetti, Jonathan Eades, Stephanie Cohen, Alexander Gay, Andrea Bjorkland, Brian Casey, Louise Barrington, Benno Kimmelman, Carsten Jensen, Barry Leon, Ludmila Herbst, Dan Urbas, and many others.
The schedule is set – the first session is Thursday July 30th, with one to follow each week for eight weeks. You will be able to see and interact with your colleagues across the country via the Zoom chat, and in some cases, join the panelists to ask questions live.
Session 3: August 14, 12:30 – 2 pm ET
Uses and Abuses of Arbitration: Uber and Beyond
Chair: Michael Schafler, BA, LL.B, Q.Arb, Dentons Canada LLP
Panel: Jonathan Eades Legal Counsel, Civil Litigation, Government of BC; Alyssa King AB, JD, PhD, Assistant Professor, Queen’s University; Myriam Seers, LL.B., Torys LLP; Margaret L. Waddell, LL.B, LLM, Partner, Waddell Phillips PC
Earn 3 Continuing Education & Engagement (CEE) points for ADRIC designation holders
Cross Canada Arbitration Checkup
Session 4: August 20, 4 – 5:30 pm ET
Chair: Megan Keenberg, BA, LLB, LLM, C.S., Van Kralingen & Keenberg LLP
Panel: Alison FitzGerald, BA, BCL, LL.B Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP; David Gruber BSc, JD, LLM, Bennett Jones LLP; John B. Martens, BA, LL.B, MLT Aikins; Daniel J. McDonald, QC, B.Sc, LL.B, Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer LLP; Gregory M. Smith, QC, BA, B.Ed, M.Ed, LL.B, Curtis Dawe Lawyers; Laurence Ste-Marie BA, LL.B, JD, Woods Litigation LLP
RJ World 2020 is a 10-day online showcase of inspiring presenters – facilitators / practitioners / teachers / researchers / artists – who are passionate about sharing insights and ideas in the realm of restorative justice and restorative practices in all sectors.
Over 80 presenters! Topics include: Criminal Justice / Youth Justice / Prisons / Legal and Judicial / Environmental Justice / Victim support / Schools / Faith / Academic / Hate Crime / Extremism / Literature / Sexual Violence / Creative Arts / Training / Policy.
Each speaker will have their own space. It will feature an introduction and an embedded Youtube or Vimeo video. Visitors will be able to access the speaker’s slides via PDF, along with bio and social contacts. Listeners can send questions and interact through each speaker’s page. Each speaker can schedule Zoom or text chat gatherings.
Click here for more info
Arbitration Appeals in Commercial Cases:
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Session 5: August 27, 4 – 5:30 pm ET
Arbitration Appeals in Commercial Cases: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Chair: William G. Horton, C.Arb, FCIArb, William G. Horton Corporation
Panel: Hon. Clément Gascon BCL, DEC, Woods s.e.n.c.r.l.; Alexander Gay, Justice Canada; Ludmila B. Herbst, QC, BA, MA, LL.B, Farris, Vaughan, Wills & Murphy LLP; Carsten Jensen, QC, FCIArb, JSS Barristers
The Arbitration Award:
Getting it Written, Getting it Right
Session 6: September 3, 4 – 5:30 pm
The Arbitration Award: Getting it Written, Getting it Right
Chair: Louise Barrington, JD, LLM, FCIArb, Chartered Independent Arbitrator, Arbitration Place
Panel: Julie Hopkins BA, LLB, FCIArb, Independent Arbitrator; Daniel Urbas BA, LLB, BCL, FCIArb, Urbas Arbitral
Online 3 course series – September 10, September 17 & September 24, 2020 (11:30am - 1:00pm ADT)
ADR Atlantic Institute offers this professional development series consisting of three webinar modules dealing with best practices and practical steps in conducting workplace investigations.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: ADR practitioners, Human Resources Professionals, Managers, Supervisors, Business Owners and Union Representatives.
OVERVIEW OF THE TRAINING: These sessions give you a solid foundation and practical step-by-step guidance on the major practical considerations from the point of being retained as an investigator through delivery of your investigation report.
Register for this series to develop your investigation skills. Here's what is covered:
Module 1 – September 10, 11:30am - 1:00pm (ADT)
Preliminary matters – everything from the call to become engaged as an investigator to developing your investigation strategy
• How to determine whether an investigation is necessary; What are the roles of the complainant and respondent; How to communicate with the parties in the investigation; What is your role as an investigator; the union’s or lawyer’s roles; Developing your plan based on the allegations
Module 2 – September 17, 11:30am - 1:00pm (ADT)
Interviewing witnesses and gathering evidence
• Setting up initial meetings with parties; Dealing with emotional or health concerns; Location; Who are the witnesses that you need to interview; What to disclose to a witness; Questioning: trust and rapport; Focus on issues; Obtaining all additional relevant evidence
Module 3 – September 24, 11:30am - 1:00pm (ADT)
Assessing the evidence and delivering the report
• Reviewing the evidence; Your evidence chart; Assessing credibility; The report’s scope – whether to include recommendations; The report’s structure; What to do with the file after the investigation; Practical considerations such as costs and getting paid
Earn 9 CEE points for ADRIC C.Med and Q.Med designation holders.
Download the Flyer and share it with your colleagues that might be interested, and they can register as well.
Canada/US Cross Border Arbitration
Session 7: September 10, 4 – 5:30 pm ET
Joint program with New York International Commercial Arbitration Centre
Panel: Andrea Bjorklund BA, JD, MA, Full Professor/L. Yves Fortier Chair in International Arbitration and International Commercial Law, McGill University; Stephanie Cohen – BA, JD, Independent Arbitrator; William G. Horton, C.Arb, FCIArb, William G. Horton Corporation; Benno Kimmelman BA, JD, Partner Sidney Austin LLP
An ADRIA Event
This three-session role-play practice package is for those that wish to practice their mediation skills in role-play.
Participants will be placed in groups of three or four and assigned role-plays in which they will be either the mediator, one of the parties or in the case of groups of four, an observer.
The schedule for the three-sessions will be assigned in advance and emailed to the participants. For each group there will be two role-plays per session and over the course of the three sessions, each participant will have the opportunity to mediate at least twice. (Exact number will vary depending on the number of participants that register and some role-plays may be co-mediations.)
Each group will have a coach that will provide feedback on skill integration. The coaches will not be doing skill drills, or completing role-play evaluation forms.
The focus on these sessions is role-play practice with verbal feedback from the coaches. Participants are welcome to record their role-play (when they are the mediator).
*This course will be presented online. In order to participate in this format, students must to be available during session times listed without distraction. In addition, students require a strong internet connection, computer with a webcam and microphone.
Series F: September 16, September 30 & October 14, 2020
Alternate Wednesdays, 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Registration is only open to ADRIA members that have completed mediation training.
Registration closes two weeks in advance. Participants are expected to attend all three sessions.
Letters of completion:
Letters of completion will be emailed upon request. Full attendance of all three sessions represents 7 credit hours. Letters of completion and credit hours will only be provided to those that attend all three sessions.
Payment is due at time of registration. No cancellations, refunds or series transfers. Refunds will only be issued if the class is cancelled by ADRIA.
Prepare for the New Wave of
This program combines a three day assessments offering with a three day workplace restoration component. Enroll and better equip yourself to practice workplace conflict management in all its varieties.
Top reasons to attend:
Instructors: Michelle Phaneuf & Dr. Nancy Love with contributions from Blaine Donais
Michelle Phaneuf provides knowledge and experience that help today's companies manage transformational improvement in working relationships and foster a psychologically healthy environment with engaged an productive employees. By leveraging strong facilitation and coaching skills, and a mediator's toolbox of strategies and processes, Michelle can support organizations to plan and execute programs of workplace fairness.
Dr. Nancy Love, PhD has served as an educator, a coach, a mediator, a facilitator, an intervenor, an advisor, an author and a professional
speaker. Her area of focus is leadership and conflict management in the space between people, workplace relationships and the role that language plays on the journey towards common ground. She has been working to resolve and mitigate conflict in the workplace since 2002 when she founded the PULSE Institute and most recently served as an Advisor to the Centre for Values and Ethics at the Parks Canada Agency. She has also been an associate of the University of the Virgin Islands as author and instructor in the area of conflict resolution and serves on the mediation roster for the Alberta Department of Municipal Affairs.
Nancy’s extensive experience in all kinds of workplaces gives her the perspective needed to quickly evaluate conflict situations and prescribe a course of action. She applies the principles of Appreciative Inquiry and the skills of a mediator along with a strong background with the Enneagram to create valuable restorative experiences for teams and individuals in a wide variety of workplace settings.
Location: Online, 6 live webinars
*This course will be presented online. In order to participate in this format, students must to be available from 8:30 to 3:00 daily without distraction during class time. Students require a strong internet connection, computer with a webcam and microphone.
Class Times: 8:30 am - 3:00 pm daily
Sessions 1–3 (Assessments only)
September 23 - 25, 2020
ADRIA Members: $990
Sessions 4-6 (Workplace Restoration)
September 28 - 30, 2020
ADRIA Members: $1480
Full Package (All 6 sessions)
September 23 - 25 and 28 - 30, 2020
ADRIA Members: $2200
All amounts + GST
*There is an additional $200+GST one time certification fee for those seeking to become registered as “Workplace Fairness Analysts” with the Workplace Fairness Institute.
CEE Points: This program contains 10 Continuing Education Engagement Points per session.
Registration includes an ADRIA certificate of completion, and access to online portal of digital course materials.
Prerequisites: Mediation training is beneficial but not required
Arbitration Act Reform in Ontario
Session 8: October 6, 12:30 – 2 pm ET
Panel: Brian Casey, BA, LL.M, FCIArb, Bay Street Chambers; Bill Horton, C.Arb, FCIArb, William G. Horton Corporation; Cynthia Kuehl LL.B, LL.M, Q.Arb, Lerners LLP; Barry Leon FCIArb, IMI, BA, MBA, LLB, Arbitration Place; Joel Richler BA, BCL., LLB, FCIArb, Arbitration Place
More topic details coming soon!
Julie Durette is a fluently bilingual lawyer with over 35 years of experience in the private and public sector.
Julie practiced law in NB for over 17 years. During that time, she acquired extensive experience as a litigator and as an arbitrator/adjudicator appointed pursuant to various collective agreements. She also conducted and heard numerous applications and complaints as a part-time Alternate Chair of the NB Employment Standard Board and later as Vice Chair of the NB Labour and Employment Board.
In 2000, Julie was appointed full-time Vice-Chair of the Canada Industrial Relations Board (CIRB). In this position (2000 – 2007), Julie’s responsibilities included conducting and directing, adjudicative, meditative and consultative processes that resolved important industrial and labour relations disputes in the federal sector. She has issued decisions in many significant cases before the CIRB. Julie has heard cases across the country either sitting alone or as a Chair of a panel. She has a solid reputation for conducting hearings, adjudicating and resolving matters in a fair manner. She has strong interpersonal skills and has demonstrated the consistent ability to work both independently and to seek consensus, where appropriate.
From 2008 to 2013, Julie held the position of General Counsel/Judicial Conduct with the Canadian Judicial Council. She ensured the efficient management and investigation of complaints relating to judicial conduct and ethics in regard to federally appointed judges. In this regard, Julie provided legal opinions and recommendations of high quality on a number of complex and sensitive issues.
From 2013 to 2019, Julie was an arbitrator mediator in ON. She was on the list of approved grievance arbitrators for the Ontario Minister of Labour and approved adjudicators for the Federal Superintendent of Bankruptcy.
Julie has been a guest lecturer at the University of Ottawa Law School where she has taught the Administrative Law course in the French Common Law Program.
Julie is a member of the Canadian Bar Association and New Brunswick Law Society. She is also a member of the Foundation of Administrative Justice.
Register by noon October 5 online. The Zoom webinar link will be emailed the day before the event.
Topic Information Coming Soon
This session will be facilitated by Anita Veldhuisen-Slomp
Time: 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
This session will be ONLINE ONLY
Registration closes one day before session
You will receive an email with login details prior to the session (contact email@example.com to request details no later than 1 day before session if you do not receive this information).
If you are no longer planning to attend the session, you are asked to cancel ahead of time (send email to firstname.lastname@example.org).
Sessions may be cancelled if there are insufficient registrants.
This nationally accredited Mediation program is designed to prepare learners to effectively facilitate the understanding-based approach to resolve disputes.
Online Class (login information will be emailed prior to the first class)
Session 1, Tuesday, October 13, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 2, Wednesday, October 14, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 3, Tuesday, October 20, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 4, Wednesday, October 21, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 5, Tuesday, October 27, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 6, Wednesday, October 28, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 7, Tuesday, November 3, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 8, Wednesday, November 4, 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Session 9, Tuesday, November 17, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 10, Wednesday, November 18, 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Session 11, Tuesday, November 24, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 12, Wednesday, November 25, 8:30 am - 11:30 am
Attendance for all classes is mandatory
Total Credit Hours: 40
Prerequisites: Communications in ADR
Ask us about how this course could meet CPD requirements for CPHR Alberta.
You may register without paying up front by choosing the invoice option, up to 30 days before the start of the course .
Full payment is due 30 days before class starts, unless the course is full. If the course is full, full payment is due immediately upon registration/notification otherwise you will forfeit your spot.
This course prepares mediators to manage a separation or divorce mediation from the time of initial contact, to creation of a mediated agreement, including parenting plans and child support.
This course is a part of the ADR Institute of Alberta's Separation & Divorce Mediation Certificate Program. Please follow this link for certificate information.
October 16-17 (Friday - Saturday)
October 23 (Friday)
October 30-31 (Friday - Saturday)
November 6-7 (Friday - Saturday)
Attendance for all 7 sessions and completion of all assignments (approximately 8 hours) is required to receive full credit hours .
Class Times: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm daily
Course Cost: $2,000 + GST
Registration Deadline September 25, 2020
Prerequisites: National Introductory Mediation or equivalent
You may register without paying up front by choosing the invoice option. Full payment is due 30 days before class starts, unless the course is full. If the course is full, full payment is due immediately upon registration/notification otherwise you will forfeit your spot.
This course will introduce students to the causes and effects of interpersonal conflict, with particular emphasis on the dynamics of conflict, conflict resolution styles and the cycle of conflict.
This course is available to ADRIA and ADRIC provincial affiliate members only.
In addition to the group sessions, students will have approximately 3-4 hours of reading and homework per week to prep for the group sessions and role-play.
Pre-course – once you have signed the confidentiality agreement, the materials will be sent to you, and you will also be given access to the course web page on adralberta.com. You can read the manual, and begin the course work for the first group session.
Session 1, Wednesday, October 28, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 2, Thursday, October 29, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 3, Wednesday, November 4, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 4, Thursday, November 5, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 5, Wednesday, November 18, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 6, Thursday, November 19, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 7, Wednesday, November 25, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 8, Thursday, November 26, 8:30 am - 12:30 pm (longer class, role-plays)
Session 9, Wednesday, December 2, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 10, Thursday, December 3, 8:30 am - 12:30 pm (longer class, role-plays)
Session 11, Wednesday, December 9, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 12, Thursday, December 10, 8:30 am - 11:30 am (evaluated role-plays)
Early Bird registration (paid by September 30): $2100+ GST
Regular Registration (paid after September 30): $2200 + GST
The 2020 National Restorative Justice Symposium will offer virtual opportunities to connect, learn and celebrate Restorative Justice in 2020 & plant seeds for Restorative Justice Week 2021.
Click here for a message from the 2020 National Restorative Justice Planning Committee.
The potential for conflict is everywhere, and escalation and high conflict behaviours are almost unavoidable for many professionals working in conflict resolution. Mediators, and allied professionals, working with parties involved in potentially high conflict mediations need to understand and manage complexity, emotional intensity, and challenges that may arise during a mediation.
Using a trauma informed practice perspective, this course prepares mediators to manage aspects of high conflict mediations, including safety screening, dealing with parties experiencing poor mental health, addictions and substance use issues, strong emotions, and challenging behaviours associated with personality disorders. Mediators will be equipped with the tools to determine whether to proceed and, if so, to mediate what can be high conflict discussions.
Please click here for full course description/details.
Hours: 14 course hours
Cost: $750 members, $775 ADRIC affiliate members (non-ADRIA, includes course material courier fee), $850 non-members
In addition to class hours/live sessions, students can expect to spend about 2 hours per week on reading and 1 hour per week on activities to prepare for live sessions
Includes: Course manual and course videos/links, access to forum, four live sessions
Requires: Full attendance and participation in all live sessions. A letter of attendance for “Understanding High Conflict” will be issued.
Pre-requisite: Students must have completed mediation training (preferably interest-based mediation). The expectation is that students are already comfortable mediating, as this course does not teach basic mediation (this is an advanced course).
Hours: 28 credit hours
Cost: $1100 members, $1125 ADRIC affiliate members (non-ADRIA, includes course material courier fee), $1300 non-members
Fulfills the requirements for the Separation and Divorce Mediation Certificate Program.
In addition to class hours/live sessions, students can expect to spend about 2 hours per week on reading and 1 hour per week on activities to prepare for live sessions.
Assignments will take approximately 8-12 additional hours – this depends on learning style and on whether you are currently practicing or just starting out. Students will also be required to participate in a 75 minute role-play.
Includes: Course manual and course videos/links, access to forum, five live sessions, one role-play, coach feedback on role-play and self-assessment assignment, marking of portfolio.
Requires: Full attendance and participation in all live sessions; completion of all assignments (self-reflection post, role-play and self-assessment, portfolio). A Certificate for “High Conflict Mediation: Managing Conflict & Complexity in Mediation” will be issued upon successful completion of this course. This course is also part of the Separation and Divorce Mediation Certificate Program.
Pre-requisite: Students must have completed interest-based mediation training. The expectation is that students are already comfortable mediating, as this course does not teach basic mediation (this is an advanced course).
*This course will be presented online. In order to participate in this format, students must to be available from 1:00 to 4:00 each session without distraction during class time. In addition, students require a strong internet connection, computer with a webcam and microphone.
Option 1 dates: January 11, January 18, January 15, February 1
Attendance for all sessions is mandatory
Option 2 dates: January 11, January 18, January 15, February 1, March 1
Class Times: 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Registration Deadline: December 21, 2020
Pre-Course: Once you have signed the confidentiality agreement, the materials will be sent to you, and you will also be given access to the course web page on adralberta.com. You can read the manual, complete the activities in the manual, watch the course videos, and do your 2 forum postings (Introduction Post and Self-Reflection Post – due 48 hours before first live session).
Full payment is due 30 days before class starts, unless the course is full. If the course is full, full payment is due immediately upon registration/notification otherwise you will forfeit your spot.
Conflict management coaching, also known as conflict coaching, is a specialized niche in the field of coaching and conflict management. It is a one-on-one technique, in which a trained coach assists people to effectively manage specific disputes or prevent unnecessary ones. Conflict management coaching also helps clients to strengthen their competence to more effectively engage in conflict.
This specialized coaching process has wide application in organizational, family and other contexts - for coaching people to independently manage their disputes, to more effectively engage in challenging communications, and to participate with more confidence in mediation or other ADR processes.
The outcomes of this workshop are that participants will gain:
January 12 - February 10, 2020 as follows:
Class 1: Tuesday, January 12 (9 am – noon)
Intersession 1: in pairs, due before Class 2 (1 hour)
Class 2: Wednesday, January 13 (9 am – noon)
Skills Practices 1 & 2: to be scheduled January 14-25 – scheduled with your assigned partner and CINERGY coach-mentor (2 hours each – total of 4 hours)
Class 3: Tuesday, January 26 (9 am – noon)
Intersession 2: solo reading due before Skills Practices 3 & 4 (1 hour)
Skills Practices 3 & 4: To be scheduled January 27-February 2 – scheduled with your assigned partner and a CINERGY coach-mentor (2 hours each- total of 4 hours)
Class 4: Wednesday, February 3 (9 am – noon)
Intersession 3: in pairs, due before Class 5 (2 hours)
Class 5: Tuesday, February 9 (9 am – noon)
Intersession 4: solo assignment, due before Class 6 (1 hour)
Class 6: Wednesday, February 10 (9 am – 11 am)
Attendance for all sessions is mandatory. Credit is only given for hours attended and intersession work completed.
Total Credit Hours: 33
Instructor: Cinnie Noble
Prerequisites: Communications in ADR is recommended, but not mandatory
Pre-course Reading: Participants are asked to purchase Conflict Management Coaching: The CINERGY Model and read chapters 2 and 4 prior to the first day of the class. Options to purchase the book can be found at:https://www.cinergycoaching.com/conflict-management-coaching-cinergy-model/ Successful completion of an optional questionnaire on these two chapters provides two extra credits
Options to purchase the book can be found at: https://www.cinergycoaching.com/conflict-management-coaching-cinergy-model/
Conflict Management Coaching Course Withdrawal Policy
Course payment is due November 12, 2020, unless the course is full. If the course is full, full payment is due immediately upon registration/notification otherwise you will forfeit your spot. Withdrawals are accepted without penalty until November 12, 2020. If a student withdraws after November 12, the ADR Institute of Alberta (ADRIA) will retain $1000 .
Course Cancellation Policy
If a minimum number of students is not reached 21 days prior to the course start date, the course will be cancelled and payment will be reimbursed.
Course Completion Policy
Students must attend 100% of the training to receive a certificate of course completion. Unless otherwise specified, the entire course must be completed on the dates it is offered in that session - if a course is offered in two or more parts, they cannot be taken in separate sessions or locations.
Registration will open in November 2020
Session 1, Wednesday, March 3, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 2, Thursday, March 4, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 3, Wednesday, March 10, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 4, Thursday, March 11, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 5, Wednesday, March 17, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 6, Thursday, March 18, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 7, Wednesday, March 24, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 8, Thursday, March 25, 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Session 9, Wednesday, April 7, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 10, Thursday, April 8, 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Session 11, Wednesday, April 14, 8:30 am - 12 pm
Session 12, Thursday, April 15, 8:30 am - 11:30 am
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